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Dozens of dancers from Body Fitness & Dance programs took the stage with the Grant Union Gold high school dance team for the 23rd annual Holiday Showcase on Saturday in John Day.

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There was a marked increase of holiday hustle and bustle at Saturday’s Blue Mountain Hospital Auxiliary bazaar held at the Grant County Fairgrounds pavilion and Keerins Hall in John Day.

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JOHN DAY—The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints was gracious to serve this meal for 18 attenders. Thanks to all who participated. Suzanne Taysom led the flag salute, and George Sintay…

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AK “Kathy” Moss of Prairie City is on top of the world after winning the International Western Music Association’s 2019 Cowboy Poetry CD of the Year Award on Nov. 14 for her CD titled “The Truth.”

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Troy and Gaylene Pruitt are celebrating 60 years of marriage. They met while serving in the military in the late 1950s.

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It might have been 20 degrees and dark Friday night at around 5:50 p.m., but when Santa and Mrs. Claus came to light the Christmas tree at 6 p.m., excitement, carols, laughs and Christmas chee…

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MONUMENT—We had a very nice meal of meatloaf for the last Tuesday of November. Terry Cade and Carrie Jewell also prepared mashed potatoes and gravy to go along with the yummy meatloaf, peas an…

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Students from every high school in the county received a crash course in health care job opportunities at the Nov. 14 Rural Health Career and College Day held at Blue Mountain Hospital.

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Black Friday can be a time of deals and headline stories on aggressive shoppers, but the third annual Black Friday bazaar at the Canyon City Community Hall provides a more laid-back chance to …

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The Carrie Young Memorial Dinner and Auction highlights the generosity of the people in Grant County and continues to grow after 26 years.

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This corn casserole side dish is not only delicious, but also quick and easy. Though it may be a recipe that is enjoyed throughout the country,

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Humbolt Elementary students will enjoy a little recognition, with Character Counts awards, when they are “caught” displaying respect and kindness.

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A group of Grant Union High School students answered a call to help and made a difference for one Canyon City resident with a large yard.

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JOHN DAY — On Nov. 18, our lunch day started out with Darlene Nodine and Everett King at the desk to greet all 27 participants that arrived. Jeanette Julsrud did our announcing and presented M…

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Grant Union High School senior Tiler Voigt is partnering with the American Red Cross to assist with a two-day blood drive scheduled for Monday-Tuesday, Dec. 9-10.

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On Nov. 8, members of the Grant County Piecemakers Quilt Guild awarded Quilts of Valor to 30 local veterans. It was a night honoring veterans while enjoying tacos, laughter and nostalgia.

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JOHN DAY – Greeters Jeannette and Gregg. Meals delivered 30 and 20 frozen delivered by Step Forward and Mary Lou and Chris. Servers Blue Mountain Hospital Auxiliary. Lunch was breakfast enchil…

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A robot glowing with green lights, vampires, werewolves, and other monsters ruled the night during the Oct. 30 kids party at the John Day Elks Lodge.

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In celebration of National Bat Week the last week of October, Wildlife Technician Jeannine Sibley delivered four presentations at Prairie City School to a total of 80 students ranging from kin…

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Oregon Trail Electric Cooperative is seeking applications for academic, trade school, lineman college, the Washington, D.C., Youth Tour and Idaho Youth Rally scholarships from members and thei…

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Happy November! This year has been flying by like crazy. Hard to believe that it’s the end of the year. Time has changed (fall back) so make sure your clocks are right!

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A boy, Jacob Drew Larson, 8 pounds, 9 ounces, 21 inches tall, was born Thursday, Oct. 17, at Blue Mountain Hospital in John Day to Justin and Emmaleigh Larson of Dayville. He joins a 2-year-ol…

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Humbolt Elementary School students enjoyed petting and learning about livestock on Thursday afternoon, courtesy of Grant Union High School FFA chapter members.

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A Veterans Gift Shop will be up and running at Mosier’s Home Furnishings, 101 E. Main, in John Day Monday, Nov. 4, through Saturday, Nov. 16. Contributions of unwrapped gifts for veterans to s…

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